The Dissident Right is celebrating and having a good time on the timeline:
Happy Thanksgiving!? pic.twitter.com/ZfO7Vlp6vZ— ?Thankful Nuclear Groyper? (@NuclearKnights) November 28, 2019
You know who’s not mourning today? This girl! ?? I could not be less sorry that my ancestors built a civilization out of wilderness and conquered the aggressive and brutal natives pic.twitter.com/UzyTbKMaFW— ?????? (@It__Aint__Right) November 28, 2019
Happy Thanksgiving to everyone! God bless you and your families! pic.twitter.com/j1O6kU3lKY— CammoGroyper (@CammoGroyper) November 28, 2019
America is the story of Europeans overcoming a vast & untamed wilderness, being forged & bound by those struggles, finding themselves & their roots again while creating another cultural center that will always harken back to old traditions.— Rich of the forest ?? (@heywildrich) November 28, 2019
Happy Thanksgiving, pilgrims ??? pic.twitter.com/CK1fOYSBYs
Before the night is over, I want to give my gratitude to all my mutuals and followers. Thank you for being there for me and making this year incredibly special. It means the world to me. God bless all of you~ pic.twitter.com/fel5vvSwQr— ?Floraphida? (@FloridaAninurse) November 29, 2019
When you are having a wholesome Thanksgiving but you can’t help checking her out. pic.twitter.com/Xxsx84wjMp— gait analyst (@gaitanalyst) November 28, 2019
Happy Thanksgiving pic.twitter.com/u5fqmesEH6— Poison ?? (@PunishedPoison) November 28, 2019
the colonization makes the gravy better— Andrew Quackson (@AndrewQuackson) November 28, 2019
You might feel worthless or like you haven’t done anything or failed all your life but there’s always something to be thankful for. Life is worth living folks. Remember this always. God bless ? pic.twitter.com/m3RxpqXz12— Castizo Christmas King ??? (@spatiumleo) November 28, 2019
I hope everyone has a blessed and safe Thanksgiving! ? pic.twitter.com/QZM2u7lYpf— Jay Williams ?? (@realjaywillz) November 28, 2019
Happy Thanksgiving.— Smidgeun the Poorfag Pidgeun (@Shitpidgeun) November 28, 2019
Have a good time with fam and frens, and give the first SOB to ruin the vibe by bringing up their shitty political takes a solid left hook.
Stay bold and frenly my frens.
Happy Thanksgiving!— EMPEROR WHITEPILL (@CptBlackPill) November 28, 2019
I’m taking a walk outside here in Alabama, enjoying the fall weather, looking up at the beautiful fall foliage in the trees while my wife makes our family dinner. Feels good to celebrate settler-colonialism in North America
I’m thankful for our White ancestors who WERE NOT timid little mainstream conservatives who made it all possible— EMPEROR WHITEPILL (@CptBlackPill) November 28, 2019
Imagine where we would be today if it had been up to those people to make this great country— EMPEROR WHITEPILL (@CptBlackPill) November 28, 2019
They call us “racists,” but those evil “racists” were precisely the people who had the strength to conquer and settle this continent and build our civilization here. On Thanksgiving, tip your hat in New England to the men who won King Philip’s War— EMPEROR WHITEPILL (@CptBlackPill) November 28, 2019
The turkey uprising is finally happening. pic.twitter.com/cjqGT2IR2b— badluck (@badluck_jones) November 27, 2019
The Woke Left not so much:
Their words pic.twitter.com/Op6jg87I4K— HiTeK_RoughNecK (@HiTeK_RoughNecK) November 28, 2019
We can have a national holiday that does not erase history and celebrate Native genocide.— saira rao (@sairasameerarao) November 28, 2019
Please remember how painful tomorrow is to so many.
It is vile that we do this every year.
A reminder that “Thanksgiving” is also National Day of Mourning for Native American communities. Respect it and read up on its history. https://t.co/6WYaZMydQ4— Amber Tamblyn (@ambertamblyn) November 28, 2019
Everything you need to know about the National Day of Mourning, how to celebrate anti-Thanksgiving holiday https://t.co/zCF0ls9lbO— Keith Beauchamp (@KeithBeauchamp) November 28, 2019
I’m not doing it! I’m not say HAPPY THANKSGIVING! And neither should YOU! pic.twitter.com/PtUbWw8gqE— Heeeeeere’s Liberal Larry ? (@larrydaliberal) November 28, 2019
We’re taking the day off for Thanksgiving which is an American holiday that is about spending time with your family and being thankful for all your blessings.
Occidental Dissent has a lot to be thankful this year. We’ve never been stronger. “Rightwing extremism” is also on the march. Even though Thanksgiving started out as a Puritan New England custom, liberals have abandoned it like Columbus Day and have renamed it the “National Day of Mourning” on the woke calendar which is all the more reason to celebrate it.
“While I have been researching and writing a Wampanoag-centered history of Plymouth Colony and the Thanksgiving holiday, my conversations with Native people have opened my eyes to some profound lessons about their past and present. These teachings have particular resonance this Thanksgiving season as the United States continues to struggle with white nationalism, the importance of distinguishing between truth and lies in democratic debate, and the place of indigenous people in a pluralistic country with a colonial foundation.
Native people widely agree that the U.S. has yet to reckon with its history of white violence against their people. Instead, the country uses the myth of the First Thanksgiving to make it appear that Indians consented bloodlessly to colonialism.
That myth, reinforced over and over again through grade school Thanksgiving pageants, holiday decorations, and television specials, is the only cameo Indians make in the colonial history curriculum in many American schools. Unfortunately, it is terrible history and even worse civics.
The myth tells that supposedly friendly Indians (rarely identified by tribe) voluntarily gifted their country to the Pilgrims in order to lay the foundations for a white, Christian, democratic United States. …”
“Generations of Americans have told themselves a patriotic story of the supposed first Thanksgiving that misrepresents colonization as consensual and bloodless.
The story goes like this: English Pilgrims cram aboard the Mayflower and brave the stormy Atlantic to seek religious freedom in America. They disembark at Plymouth Rock and enter the howling wilderness equipped with their proto-Constitution, the Mayflower Compact, and the confidence that they are God’s chosen people. Yet sickness and starvation halve their population during the first winter and challenges their faith. …
Over the spring and summer, the Indians feed the Pilgrims and teach them how to plant corn; the colony begins to thrive. In the fall, the two parties seal their friendship with the first Thanksgiving. The subsequent 50-year peace allows colonial New England and, by extension, the United States to become a citadel of freedom, democracy, Christianity and plenty.
As for what happens to the Indians next, this story has nothing to say. The Indians’ legacy is to present America as a gift to white people — or in other words, to concede to colonialism. Like Pocahontas and Sacagawea, the other famous Indians of American history, they help the colonizers and then move offstage. …”
David Silverman is the Jew who is currently trying to tear down Thanksgiving. Yes, we can’t go a single day without noticing the negative impact that Jews are having on our culture. Today we are as thankful and grateful about the hard work of our ancestors as these ungrateful people are miserable that this country which has given them so much exists at all.